Enjoy this day of prayer as you celebrate with believers worldwide. We hope these 10 Days of 24/7 prayer have been an encouragement. May we all see the Lord’s power.
After they watched Jesus ascend into heaven, the disciples gathered in the upper room of the place they were staying in Jerusalem. The Bible says, “They all joined together constantly in prayer.” Their time together ended on Pentecost, and our time of constant prayer will also end on Pentecost. The …
Our own George Verwer, founder of OM and the father of short-term missions, gave the commencement address at Biola University last weekend. The school honored George with an honorary doctorate of divinity last weekend. George was the speaker at both Biola commencement services. Here’s his Saturday morning address.
This Sunday, May 31 is Pentecost and the Global Day of Prayer (GDOP). As we wind down our own 10 Days of prayer and preparation, here’s a brief overview of the GDOP. You may want to pass this on to your church and register your own GDOP gathering, where you …
Focus today on your five missionaries. Lift up any needs they might have and ask the Lord for ways you may help meet those needs. And remember to keep praying for your 5 missionaries, 5 cities, and 5 countries. Thanks for joining us in prayer.
Which 5 cities did you choose to pray over this week? Remember them now with any Scripture the Lord lays on your heart.
Have you been praying for your five countries this week? Today we remember those and ask for God’s spirit to move in each one.
It’s Memorial Day here in the States, a day to honor those who have gone before us to give us our freedom. Let us also remember the heroes of the faith who brought the word of God to us and shared with us His sacrificial love.
Enjoy this day of worship wherever you are. We offer you this song of praise from South Africa called “I Sikulu”, or “God Is Great”. See more international praise music on OM’s Heartsounds YouTube channel.
We are praying through the Sermon on the Mount during our 10 days of 24/7 prayer. So today, let’s read these words of Jesus in Matthew 5:21-48. Then we can ask the Lord to search our hearts and show us where we may have put our own “holiness” over His …